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Apr 6, 2020

Ontario slashed the list of essential businesses permitted to stay open, so that means no more visiting your local cannabis or hardware store. After another nice weekend in the city, people are starting to understand how to physically distance themselves from others, but that didn’t stop bylaw and police officers from...


Apr 2, 2020

The Ontario government is gearing up to release data that will show just how bad COVID-19 could get. They will also be investing $12 million into mental health services, and trimming the list of essential businesses. The city is using concrete blocks to keep people out of public parks and squares, and parts of the...


Apr 1, 2020

A customer threw a tantrum (and a chair) inside of a restaurant at Church and Wellesley after being told that he couldn't pay with cash. The province is giving more power to police officers to enforce physical distancing, and the city says that distancing measures in Toronto could be in place for another three...


Mar 31, 2020

The province announced that schools in Ontario will be cancelled till at least May. A pizza joint at Bathurst and Harbord is washing all their cash to ensure it's safe for customers, and while the owners of Vesta Lunch are stuck overseas, family members in Toronto will reopen the diner this weekend to give away free...


Mar 30, 2020

Throngs of people went to parks this weekend, despite strong orders from officials to stay home and practise physical distancing. Mayor John Tory announced a ticketing blitz to curb playground hangouts while Toronto deals with the rising number of coronavirus cases. Drake shared the first public photos of his...